Kamala Harris Drops Out After Getting Torpedoed By Tulsi Gabbard

Chris Menahan
Dec. 03, 2019

Kamala Harris could never recover after getting called out by Tulsi Gabbard during the second Democratic debate.

As Paul Joseph Watson noted, Harris's odds of snatching the nomination cratered after the July 31 debate:

There was no reconciling her career as an aggressive prosecutor with today's Democratic Party.

From Politico, "'One of the hardest decisions of my life': Kamala Harris ends once-promising campaign":
Kamala Harris ended her presidential campaign on Tuesday after months of failing to lift her candidacy from the bottom of the field — a premature departure for a California senator once heralded as a top-tier contender for the nomination.

Harris told aides of her intentions in an all-staff call, and a person familiar with the conversation said she sounded distraught. While Harris had qualified for the December debate in her home state later this month, she was running dangerously low on cash — lacking the resources to air TV ads in Iowa — and her staff was gripped by long-running internal turmoil.

Still, the news came as a shock to some of her biggest supporters. Just as Harris was announcing the news internally, a super PAC had cleared more than $1 million in TV ads in Iowa to boost her struggling campaign. The ad, which argued she was the best-equipped candidate to take on President Donald Trump, was canceled.
Harris announced the move on Twitter:

Lauren Duca blamed "white supremacy" for her loss.

Gabbard was humble in victory:

As a reminder, Harris ran with the Jussie Smollett lynching hoax and exploited it to get a bill passed under false pretenses to make vaguely defined "lynching" a federal hate crime.

The highlight of her campaign was when she went on The Breakfast Club and talked about smoking weed and listening to Snoop Dogg to try and appeal to African Americans (this was the same show where Hillary Clinton did her famous "hot sauce in my bag" bit).

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Harris also said during the same interview she supports "some type of" reparations.

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Perhaps she should take the millions she raised and use it to pay reparations to all the descendants of the slaves her ancestors reportedly owned in Jamaica?

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